“Interview” was created by Mrinal Sen in 1970. This film may be undoubtedly classified as a path breaker from many aspects. Primarily this was the debut appearance of Ranjit Mullick (as the protagonist). Secondarily “Interview” deals with the adversities of the capitalist economy functioning in the private sectors of Kolkata with an outright neo-realist approach. Mrinal Sen looks positively motivated by Italian neo-realist greats like Visconti, Rosellini & Federico Fellini & provides a treatment which have never been thought or seen in Bangla Cinema prior to this. Ranjit Mullick puts in an inspired performance as the battered protagonist. The camera experiments throughout the film, but the sequence where the narrator talks straight to the spectators about the immoral society & system standing within a pitch black darkness creates an aura of rationalistic revolution. The stripping of an American male doll, the clippings of marches & movements & the Brechtian notion of disintegrating the voyeur form the cinema, all characterize “Interview” to become a class act. The dialogues, screenplay & art work are exemplary considering the condition of Tollygunge studios in the late 1960’s. “Interview” is about honesty, joblessness, trauma, exploitation ….. & revolution!